The Mir Centre for Peace Lecture Series is providing insight on how to confront racism with its Spring event at Nelson's Civic Theatre featuring historian Mark Bray who is one of the foremost experts in the Antifa movement.
Starting an academic journey at Selkirk College has a host of benefits. One of the advantages is access to the Ike Barber Transfer Scholarship which provides $5,000 to those who begin their studies close to home.
The Selkirk College Saints will pack their bags for four straight road games to Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland, but before hitting the road the locals captured a vital two points against the Simon Fraser University Clan at their home arena.
The importance of student financial aid is a key component in creating an affordable post-secondary education for Selkirk College learners. Emmett Deuling is one of the students who has benefited from the kindness and generosity of donors who will be recognized at the annual Bursary Tea on the Tenth Street Campus.
The challenges post-secondary students face as they work toward a desired education are varied and relative. Some hurdles are greater than others, but those who embark on a journey at Selkirk College have the option of seeking financial relief through bursaries that help ease the strain.
The Selkirk College Saints needed four points to keep pace in the race for first place overall in the BCIHL and they accomplished the task with a pair of victories over the Eastern Washington University Eagles.
The annual Contemporary Music & Technology Program's Faculty Concert is set for the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus where the community will get a chance to see the talented teachers perform an eclectic set of music in an evening show that is not to be missed.
After a high octane double-header at home where the Selkirk College Saints let the Trinity Western University Spartans escape town with a pair of wins, the team will regroup in its effort to capture first place in the BCIHL before the regular season ends in early-March.
The Selkirk College Saints hockey team prepare to start the second semester of play with three new additions to the line-up that will help make an already strong team even that much more equipped to challenge for a league championship this coming March.
Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program faculty member Don Macdonald has been busy in the studio over the last few months and the result is a new collection of choral music that brings two beautiful voices together to create a full choir experience.
The Selkirk College School of Academic Upgrading & Development provides learners with the opportunity to succeed in a welcoming environment where overcoming challenges is made possible. Students of all ages rely on the program to complete high school requirements and use it as a jumping off point for further academic goals.
Autism touches many people and families. With this comes an increasing need for awareness and understanding of practical resources and approaches for supporting situations in many contexts—schools, homes, community.
The history of post-secondary education in the West Kootenay and Boundary region runs deep with pioneers who helped make today's opportunities possible a vital component to its success. This is the story of one of the valued contributors.